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How thankful am I for this alter world where my dreams dwell.

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  1. Playing with the values that derive your pattern is a great deal of fun.

  2. whoa, you're always making the coolest pens.

  3. Beautiful, would make a nice wallpaper.

  4. The first time I've seen those "perlin lines", it was on the [now closed] http://www.flashandmath.com/ site from Dan Gries. It took me years, to be able to code something approaching...

  5. Absolutely stunning!

  6. This is amazing! Why is it that Da Vinci and Michelangelo get all the credit when there are great programmers like you that make actually stunning work! Good job!

  7. @awesomeandrew Thanks but I take no credit for anything in here. it’s all in the pixels and the computer is doing all the work ;-))))

  8. How did you learn to create something like this? I would very much like to understand your code!

  9. I somehow ended up with a painted effect: this alter (painted) world

  10. This is cool

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